As in a kind of win-win strategic alliance, Colombian President Iván Duque once again attacks Venezuela and asks the European Union for more sanctions against the legitimate government of Nicolás Maduro.
Duque assures that "around six million people" have left Venezuelan territory, and that Colombia has received 34% of them. But he regrets a "very large disproportion" compared to other crises in terms of the contributions of the international community per migrant of 3.000 dollars in Syria, 1.600 in Sudan and only 300 in the Venezuelan case, according to data from the Washington Brookings Institution cited by the Duke himself.
"Let's be realistic - he argues -: Colombia cannot sustainably face a crisis like this if the international community does not pay attention," he said in an interview published this Wednesday by the Spanish newspaper El Mundo.
Faced with this humanitarian crisis, to which the covid-19 pandemic is added, Colombia should have "more capacity" to handle resources. "We need humanitarian aid," Duque said.
The actions led by the opposition in the Colombian self-exile in order to obtain international financing for their plans, try to make the world see Duque's “goodness” towards Venezuelan migrants.
The fugitive from Venezuelan justice, Julio Borges, paves the way for the countries of the region to “follow the example of Colombia” and welcome Venezuelan migrants through a new new strategy that the rest of the States should adopt.
Borges' plan aims to continue feeding his migration campaign by increasing the botija for each new migrant who arrives in one of these countries that welcomes this new plan and, as well as a kind of tokens, each migrant will add a percentage to their share, planned with Uribe partner.
The strategy presented by Borges, whom he called "Brothers", offered with the premise of regularizing migrants, offers consular services through a technological platform with which they would process special visas for Venezuelans, work permits, permanence, identification card, recognition of migrants as refugees, access to nationality for those who complete the years of residence, validation of degrees, licenses and studies, among other services that include right-wing social organizations working in self-exile, which They would also benefit from “humanitarian aid” resources.
"We want more countries to adopt measures such as the temporary protection statutes that were established in the United States and Colombia," he explained, using as an example the action of the president of the United States, Joe Biden, when on March 8 he assigned by decree to Venezuelans have a Temporary Protection Statute (TPS) for 18 months and that of February, announced by Duque, which to date has not materialized.